Daily Calculation Exercises - Day 51 | Queen's indian tactics

Daily Calculation Exercises - Day 51 | Queen's indian tactics

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I created 11 exercises from the games I played in the Titled Tuesday Tourney. I got an advantage in the opening and middlegame, but I waited too long and he got a strong attack on the kingside.

This puzzle is from the 2nd round game. I prevented this checkmate:

How can black gain material?

He missed this chance:

An important prophylactic idea:

How can black continue the attack?

Black played Qe6. How should white react?

How can white get an advantage?

How should white reply to Rc4?

Black captured the b5 pawn. What is the best reply?

How can white gain an advantage?

How can white use his activity?

I wish you enjoyed the exercises. Please use the patterns in your games!

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